This restaurant presents quite an attractive scene as you peer in the window, and it is comfortable and busy inside. Brightly lit and bustling, you want to dive in. The menu is a bit odd, however. There is just one page of food items a-la-carte. The rest are only offered as a complete meal. If you don't want a salad and bread, etc, too bad. This makes an ordinary selection quite expensive for what you get. I ordered a-la-carte fish and chips and they were scrumptious. I do recommend, but wish they would stop with the menu.
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